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Passing on Knowledge is Part of Growing as a Hunter

Passing on Knowledge is Part of Growing as a Hunter
The author found success in South Dakota twice, though her second trip was anything but textbook. Dealing with difficult situations in the field is an important part of a hunter’s education. (Beth Shimanski)

When I started working in the firearm industry three years ago, I had not yet developed a passion for hunting. I did not grow up in an avid hunting family. My dad was a hunter, but hunting was his vacation each fall with his buddies. I was raised around firearms, though, and like many kids growing up in Minnesota, I shot old cans off fence posts at my grandparents’ farm.

Years later I accepted a position at Savage Arms, and I knew I’d need to learn more about shooting than just plinking. It was time to take my shooting education to a new level. I was blessed to spend an amazing couple days at the range under the instruction of Patrick Kelley, a world-class shooter...

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